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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 August 1896

6 JHEfIBY FERRY Wflß KEW RATE SCHEDULE BETWEEN CHICAGO AND ST. PALL, MADE PUBLIC. AS LONG AS RATES REMAIN LAKE MICHIGAN * LAKE SU PERIOR CO. WILL INSIST ON DIFFERENTIAL. WESTERN TRAFFIC DEMORALIZED. Gulf Linen Getting: tbe Best of the Fight for the Tranct-Miiiaoarl BnalneHM. CHICAGO, Aug. 20.— The Lake Mich igan & Lake Superior company has announced the following rates between Chicago and St. Paul, effective Aug. 22: Class one, 40 cents; class two, 30 cents; class three, 20 cents; class four, 12 cents; class five, 10 cents; class A, 12 cents, and 10 cents on classes B, C, D and E. It will also carry alcohol and kindred articles for 50 cents per gallon. These rates are 6 cents under any rates as yet made by the Lak; Michigan Car Ferry company, and the officials of the Lake Michigan & Lake Superior company say that it is bound to retain its differential no matter what rates are made by the ferry company. If the latter company sees fit to meet these rates, the Lake Mich igan &a...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 August 1896

toNOWAR HEROES MOM MKVr AT FORT RIDGULY DKOH ATED WITH APPROPRI ATE CEREMOXIES. MANY SURVIVORS PRESENT. Jl IJWE KLAXDRAI, OXE OF THE IWHTICIPAXTS, DELIVERS • THE ADDRKSS. §TV\l»< «>\ THE BATTLE GROI XU, \\ iifi-<- Those AVIiOMC Meetls It COlll -uieuioTutcs, FuuK'ht and Fell. • FAIRFAX, Minn., Aug. 20.— Hundreds of men, women and children crowded the railroad trains and bowled along the country roads on the way to the Bite of old Fort Ridgeley today to par tii-ipate in the anniversary of one of the most famous battles and stout est defenses recorded in the chronicles of Indian warfare. Kchoes of hot howitzers, the crack ing of rifles and the sound of whoops sounded over this bloody field thirty fotir years ago, and when on Aug. 27, 1862, after ten days of endurance and blood the battle was won and the In dians retired, they muttered to each other "ti-ye-pa-na-ta-ka-pl," which, be ing interpreted from their vernacular, means "the shut door," for the defense, so gallant and su...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 August 1896

8 IGNORING THE Lfltf MAYOR DORAN'S EXCUSE FOR PAC ING NO ATTENTION TO A MAN DATORY CLAl Sfcl IN THE ACT HE HOLDS GOOD. IT SAYS HE "SHALL" APPOINT FOUR MEMBERS OF THE PARK. BOARD. WHEN ACT IS MADE APPLICABLE. The Latter Took Pluee When He In stalled Copeland Commissioner of Public Works. The members of the board of pub lic works are of the opinion that Mayor Doran has discriminated against them and in favor of the board of park commissioners. In proof of this the> point to the fact that while the mayor has done all in his power to turn out the board of public works, by appointing a commissioner of pub lic works in place of the board,- he has seen fit to utterly disregard an other mandatory section of the act of 1895, which requires him to also ap point a new board of park commission ers as soon as the act takes effect. The language of Section 116, page 562 of the act creating a department of public works is, in part, as follows: The mayor of each city, as soon as this act Is made ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

iKLL ADMISSION I |ul\L I 0 See our offeron another page VOL. XIX.— NO. 235. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. 1, SATURDAY, AUG. 22. Weather for Today — , Local Thnnder Storms. PAGE 1. Will Hill Flop to Bryant Fusion In Idaho Doesn't Go. Wind and Cloud Burst In South Dak. Forgers Work the Twin Cities. PAGE 2. Alciuiltlioaiis After Chapel*s Scalp. Hull Held to the Grand Jury. B. P. W. Ads Stir Up Doran. PAGE 3. Kens of Minneapolis. Lumbermen Sound Money Circular. W. G. Nye Candidate for Mayor. Trade SJmws No Improvement. PAGE 4. Editorial. St. Paul Sleeking Up for G. A. R. Soo Cuts G. A. R. Rates. - PAGE B. Snlnts Badly Beaten by Bines. Detroit In Third Place Agraln. Hooslers Defeat the Buckeyes. International Races on Luke Erie. , Putchen Lower* the Pacing Record. PAGE fi. Stork Market Hysterical. PAGE 7. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Impressions of Bryan. Northwestern* Crop Report. EVENTS TODAY. Aurora Park— Base Ball 3.30. Anditorlum — Gleason Horse Show 8. White Bear— Yacht Races ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

2 TOO jWUGH.GHJiPEL REIM HLICAXS WHO OPPOSE X I INKER'S THIRD TERM ARE AFTER THE SHERIFF. ROTATION SENTIMENT STRONG BESILTS OF THE RRTVBLICAN AXI> rui'lllST PKUUUM, HELD LAST M(iHT. SO>IK FRESH POLITICAL GOSSIP. Sound Money Democrat* Are Active ly at Work In tlie Twla Cities and l-.i.se>vliere. • When Congressman Kiefer withdrew from the contest fro the nomination and left the track clear for Fred Ste vens, he did it in a way that .will prob ably worry Mr. Stevens just about as much as it would have done for the colonel to remain in the fight. There is a little bit of inside history con nected with this transaction that will have more or less of a bearing on the contest for the county offices, and the person upon whom it will bear the heaviest is Sheriff Chas. E. ChapeL There is a good big bunch of the Republican party which believes in the theory of rotation in office, and this was the spirit which was invoked In the contest in which Col. Kiefer was malletted into politica...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

MINNEAPOLIS.! OFFICE 2tt SOUTH FOURTH STKEET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Edward Dumply, a 40-year-old single gen tltman, doing business at the West hotel, was yesterday morning committed to the asylum at Rochester on a charge of in ebriety. W. B. Bryant, of 41 Central avenue, re ported to the police that some boys had en tered his place and had stolen from thirty to forty books. The Thlngvalla liner, Hekla, reached Chris tiana, Norway, yesterday morning with all on board well. She carried a number of Min neapolis and Northwestern people. Mrs. E. H. Hammer, aged 36, died Wednes day at her home, 3301 Fifth avenue south. The funeral will be held today at 2 p. m. from '.he residence. Carlotta Lyberg has tired of the contin uous intoxication of her husband, Augnst Lyberg. and brings action in the district court for divorce, asking the custody of her three children, George. Francis and Agnes. The Fairies' Carnival entertainment will begin on Tuesday evening next at the Bijou theater. There wil...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

4 THE BfflLY GLOBE IS~PUBLISHED EVERYDAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND BIINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .50 Daily and Sunday, Six Months - fS.TS Dally and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Daily Only, per Month -4O Dally Only, Six Months #2.25 Daily Only, One Year #4.00 Sunday Only, One Year f 1.50 Weekly, One Year fI.OO Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. UOOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe alsrays kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Aug. 21.— Forecast for Sat urday: Minnesota — Local thunder storms, fol lowed by clearing weather; winds shifting to northwesterly. Wisconsin — Partly cloudy weather with lo oal rains; variable winds shifting to west erly. The Dakotas— Loral thunder storms, fol lowed by clearing cooler weather; northerly winds. Montana— Fair, preceded in eastern portion ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

BEATEN flflD BRDhY CAI.LAH.W HAS HIS REVENGE FOR I\UK.MTIKS HEAPED OX HIM THURSDAY. MULLANE HAD NO CONTROL TNTII, AFTER THE GAME WAS LOST, THKX HE SETTLED DOWN TO BUSINESS BACK TO FOURTH PLACE AGAIN. Detroit Ileat Grand Rapids and Climbed to Third— lndians Close to the Top. 4 KnissßH City 12, St. Paul 3. liMlianapoli.H 5, Columbus 2. Detroit 22, Grand Rapids 12. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Mianeapolia 102 63 39 .618 Indianapolis 102 61 41 .598 Detroit 10S 59 43 .578 Si. I'aul 105 60 45 .571 Kansas City 102 54 48 .529 Milwaukee 109 49 60 .460 Columbus 110 39 71 .355 Grand Rapids 110 36 74 .327 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Kansas City at St. Paul. | Grand Rapids at Detroit. • Milwaukee at .Minneapolis. Indianapolis at Columbus. Jimmy Callahan yesterday wreaked a terrible revenge for his humiliation of Thursday. He played a fine game, and the team behind him batted out a victory in a single inning, insuring it in the next by taking advantage o£ the excited condition of the locals, who had n...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

v /^S' f*^ V vv^k c iest claim for other iP^ (cl —^ tP^IL mJm^ '%h^ wj« tobaccos is "Just as M, 1)/ \TSP^ L ' t^mim Every eld smoker \^|^^^^r knows there is none just \B^fr^Sg£ You will find one coupon inside |^ >ai *^r pons inside each four ouuce jjff Ib^W fsW*** *—•*. tfv\vlia bag of Black well's Durham. Mi'M ,*•>-** p~*ffi^k Kr&kw H?^li B »y a ba S of this cele- B&ff *M WWSm ttwll X 4mlil brated tobacco and read the gu / V iHS K-li&wS^ ' "XftSXilil coupon — which gives a li«t pfs«» /*V* SjjsrlP w&i^***' valuable presents uud how l ~^*^3**o^ff WHEAT RISE SLOW iYEAKNKSS IN WAIX STREET NEU TRALIZED THE EFFECT OF EXPORT DEMAND. CLOSE WAS AT AN ADVANCE. BUT FOR DECLINE IN STOCKS THE MILLS WOULD HAVE RULED THE PIT. COARSE GRAINS SHOW WEAKNESS. Corn and Oats Closed at a Loss While Provisions Showed Very Little Change. CHICAGO, Aug. 21.— Notwithstanding the enormous export business transacted today, the price for September wheat advanced but %c, the nervousness disp...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

Ay F No. 2964— 8y Mr. Arosin— Resolved, That the St. Paul City Railway Company be and is hereby required to oper ate optn cars on the Mississippi and Weit St. Paul line during the summer months and dur ing the remainder of the summer season of 1896, the same being necessary for the con venience and comfort of the people traveling on said line. Adopted by the Assembly Aug. 6, 1896. Yeas— Messrs. Craig, Daly. Kirke, Krahmer, Lewis, Mabon, Thompson, Mr. President— B. . Nays— o. Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Aug. 18, 18M* Yeas— Aid. BUI, Bigelow. Donahower. Kal dunski. Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl. Shepard, Srutznmn. Mr. Vice President— l 9. Nays— o. Approved Aug. 20. 1596. Ay W Nc. 2966— 8y Mr. Lew's— It is h< reby ordered by the Common Council of the City of St. Paul: That the matter of constructing a six-foot Mewalk on south side of Isabel street, be tween South Wabasha street and Hall avenue, be and the same is hereby referred to the Commissioner of Public Works to investigate and r...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 August 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Royal Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE WHEAT CHOP LIGHT SMALL YIELD REPORTED FROM 200 STATIONS OX THE NORTH. WESTERX. TWENTY BUSHELS IS HIGH. OXLY OXB STATION REPORTS A BETTER AVERAGE YIELD I'ER ACRE. CORA IS PROMISING BETTER. Other Small Grains Will Ran Slight ly Above the Great Staple on the W Uul*. The Omaha, yesterday, collected from Its various divisions, one of the last crop reports to be gotten out this fall. The report is voluminous, and nearly 200 stations are heard from. Sum marized the report shows the following facts. EASTERN DIVISION. Knapp. Wis— Rye and wheat are a fair crop In ?ieid, but quality is not as good as that of last year. Oats fairly good, averaging fifty bushels to the acre. Corn will be good, pota toes somewhat injured by blight; yield will be average. Woodville — Grain damaged by rust and storm; potatoes fair crop; corn fair. Hammond— On small grain already threshed, fair yieW reported, except...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

4 r reat Carnival Week, * pfate Fair aud G. A. R. En campment. See I Tits Globe's Grand Offer ! VOL. XIX.— NO. 236. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, AUG. 23, 1800. Weather lor Today- Fair and "Warmer. . PAGE 1. Will He Successful. (St. Paul DonninK Festive Garb. Reception for l.oyul Lejfion. Maj. ClurkKon Cot Commander. '.V . PAGE 2. Stevens Named for Congress. Chairman Jones RiH-oßiii».es O'Brien. PAGE 3. State Fair Fnll of Features. Bold Daylight Street Robbery. Albert Johnson Attempts Suicide. PAGE 4. Kditorial. I'ii liner DiscnsM's Third Party. PAGE B. Mr. Mr van Speaks Again. -MeKinlej Talks to Laboring Men. "Populists Gtotas LimVs Way. PAGE 6. 1 Gemaa Military Cabal Condemned. Another Rebellion for Spain. •v Northern l'aeltie Reorganization, PAGE 7. Shriners Coming to Minneapolis. I'rt-psi rations for the Carnival. PAGE S. St. I'aul Defeats Kansas City. Meats Milwaukee. Detroit Is Tnu-e Trounced. Averages of Twin City Teams. Cnjlor's Base Ball Gossip. PAGE 9. Sensati...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

1: der are Gov. Selden Connor, of Maine, Junior commander; Joiin P. Nicholson, Of Philadelphia, reeorder-in-ehief. The Minnesota commandery was or ganized in June, ISBS, with the follow ing charter members: Bvt. -v:aj. Uen. John tt. Sanborn, U. S. V.; Bvt. Maj. Gen Henry H. SiUtoy. U. £• ". ; KM. Bri;;. Gen. L. F. llubbard, V b. V. ; Bvt. Maj. Gen. R. W. Johnson, U. S. A.; Bvt. Brig. Gen. James H. Uaker, U. S. V.; Bvt. Brig. Gen. Judson W. Bishop, U. S. v.; Brig. Gen. William Smith, U. B. A.; Bvt. Brig. Gtea. Samuel Bre< k, I. S. A.; Capt. C. W. Uackett, V. S. V. : <-'upt. Henry A. Castle D. S. V.; Lieut. Albert Seheffer, U. S. V.; Lieut. Samuel Appleton, O. S. V.; Maj. George W. Haird, U. S. A.; Bvt. Maj. William R. Bourne, U. S. A.; Chaplain Ed ward 1). Neill. D. D., U. S. V.; Bvt. Brig. Gen. S. P. Jennison. IT. S. V.; Bvt. Lieut. Col. Charles Bentzoni, V. S. A.; Maj. Charles J. Allen. U. S. A.; Capt. W. W. Braden, I/. S. V.: Bvt. Maj. George Q. White. U. S. A. The present o...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

FUiili OF FUTURES STATE FAIR WILL HAVE MORE THAN THE ISIAL ATTRACTIONS THIS YEAR. FLYERS FOR THE RACE TRACK. SOME OF THEM WILL TRY' TO LOWER THE WORLD'S RECORDS. SPORTS OF VARIOUS KINDS, TOO. The Gun Club Tournament Will At tract a Crowd— llicyele Day Has Some Good Events. The State fair will not lack for di versions outside of features illustra tive of the fertility of the soil in the golden Northwest. Although the dis plays in all the departments this year are to be interesting, and the exhibits from the states of Washington, Ore gon, Idaho, Montana, North and South Dakota will add a great deal that is of interest to even the casual observ er, the fair management has gone to unusual expense to provide features that will be pleasing to amusement lovers. The great pacer W. W. P., with a record of 2:05*4. has been engaged to pace against his world's wagon record of 2:05% and the record of the track of 2:07 made by Nancy Hanks. Marion Mills, the "Oshkcsh Wonder,"asthe phe nomenal paci...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. RATES!" Payable In Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .BO Daily and Sunday, Six Montlin - f2.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month -4O Daily Only, Six Month* $2.25 Daily Only, One Year ----- $4.00 Sunday Only, One Year f 1.50 j Weekly, One Year $1.«O Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, KOOM : 401 TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NKW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe alv.ays kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 22.— Forecast for Sun day: Minnesota and the Dakotas— Generally | fair Sunday; slightly warmer; westerly winds. Wisconsin— Fair; light to fresh northerly winds. Montana— Fair: warmer in eastern portion; westerly winds. TEMPERATURES. Placed Tern. Place. Tern. Bismarck 70-72 Helena T4-74 Boston 68-74 Montreal 68-74 Buffalo 74-82 New Y...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

WE ARE HELPING YoUc^^~ m tifiH! THESE PRICES IIN "=> **■ SPEAK FOR THEnSELVES: Woven Wlrecou BSo ODD PIECE SfILE Mattresses for CoU 760 Vf -*'<*' aaa<v<*^ Wooden Beds $1.50 Af> _ INI ~ IllrkCr » Large. Fine Hardwood Deds $3.50 AKK 'NCLUDfcU: White Enameled Iron Beds, any si?e you want $3.50 A- lot of Chamber Pieces, Easy Oak Cane scat Chairs 75c Chairs, Fancy Rockers, Side- AuUque Cane Seat Chairs 600 boards, Extension Tables, Book- Antique Dining Koom chairs 50c cases, Hall ' Trees, which we are Broken lines in Kockers, from 76c bound to weed out. The dis- Special prices on Mattresses— every counts ratine all the way from kind, from excelsior to hair-tT.led, 10 to 50 Per Cent off regular Center Tables from $2.00 prices. Gm FJ Preparations can be quickly and cheaply made O^V ml% # J' ou take advantage of our offering's of ac commodation necessities. 375-377 JACKSON STREET. We have Barg-ains in Our Warerooms for the Drawing Room, Librarj' or Kitchen, and We Mean What W...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

B SPfllfl'S fIEW WORRY OUTBREAK IN THE PHILIPPINES REGARDED AS A SERIOIS BE VELOPMENT. TROUBLES ADDED AT HOME. REPI BLICANS INVOLVED IN A PLOT TO PREVENT Cl BAN REIN FORCEMENT. RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS Great Secrecy Observed an to the MoYcmeiitN of Men Set Free by England. LONDON, Aug. 22.— The develop ments of the troubles of Spain are fol lowed here with considerable interest. | The outbreak in the Philippine islands is regarded as seriously increasing her difficulties, and the news of the dis covery of the conspiracy has caused great excitement in Madrid, where it I is stated that the government is con- ' sidering the advisability of promptly reinforcing the Spanish garrisons. The outbreak, however, is not a surprise to the government officials, as news reached them some time ago of consid- , erable activity among the half breeds, i The object of the conspirators is to se- j cure the independence of the Philip- ! pine islands, and a committee of ref- j ugees at Hong Kong is...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICB 2» 3OITH FOURTH STREET. MIWKAPOLIS GLUBILES. The divorce suit brought by Lizzie D. Wadleinh against Ira S. Wadleigh has l.een placed on the September term of the district court. The Hitvrnian Rifles will hold a special diHl Wednesday night preparatory to partici pating in the carnival parade. The company intends to turn out betwen fifty and sixty men. Harry Grossman, aged thirteen years, is re ported to ihc police as mining from h!s home, 904 Fourth street north, since. Thurs day, tie is tight complexioned, of medium Bize, and wore dark clothes. The Woman's Rescue league will meet Tuesday at the Y. M. C. A. hall for impor tant business. The matter of running a res taurant fair week, or something of that kind, must be settled then. During carnival week Odd Fellows will maintain bureaus of information for visit- Ing brothers at 12 Washington avenue north, and at St. Anthony lodge rooms. Central avenue and Fourth street southeast. Sneak thieves entered the residence...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

fe TOLLED HIS WELL ST. PAWL BALL TEAM BURIES A COWBOY PITCHER UNDER BASE HITS. FRICKEN IS ALSO POUNDED. DEXZER AXD KLING PITCH THE LAST OF A SLUGGING BAT TLE. DETROIT DROPPED TWO GAMES. Gtviag the Locals Third Pluce Again Uj a (iuud Majority— Miller* Still Win. ■Bit. Paul -4, Kunsus City 16. Minneapolis S, MilwnnWe 7. Grand Rapid* 4, 10; Detroit 3, 5. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 103 64 39 .621 Indianapolis 102 61 41 .59S St Paul 106 61 45 .575 Detroit 104 59 45 .5G7 is City 103 54 49 .524 Milwaukee 110 49 61 .44:> Columbus 110 39 71 .3iw Grand Rapids 112 38 74 .89 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Kansas City at St. Paul. Milwaukee at Minneapolis. Indianapolis at Columbus. The following table shows from what teams games have been won and to what tearasjost: clubs. 2 S r .: o £ S * i r F ff : :Z : : | : j Minneapolis — 5 9 9 1115 7 8' 64 .621 Indianapolis 6— 3 9 9 8 12 14 61.598 St. Paul 8 S— 6 712 8 12 61.575 Detroit 4 11 s—B 5 16 10 59.567 Kansas City 7 1 12 4 — 9 12 9 54 .524...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 August 1896

SEfISATIOfIAIi FMEfI THE WONDERFUL WORK OF AN DERSON, THE ILLINOIS BICYCLIST. HE'S PACED BY A LOCOMOTIVE. J. W. PKARSONS, THE AUSTRALIAN. SAYS HK IS IN AMERICA FOR BLOOD. VHE PETROLEUM BICYCLE, How to Ride a Wheel Fifteen M»ic« tin Hour Merely by Bal ancing. News of the wild and wonderful per formances of the Intrepid cycler. Evan E. Anderson, paced by a flying locomo tive just outside of St. Louis on the Bluff Line railroad, has now spread throughout the world, and people are clamoring: to know something more about this phenomenal pedaler. His history has in it nothing remarkable. He was born in Stonlngton, Christian county. 111., in 1873, and is therefore twenty-three years old. His family removed to Roodhouse, 111., when he was ten years old, and it was there that he learned to ride a bicycle. He is six feet and one inch in height and weighs 165 pponds. He first rode a bicycle in ISB4, beginning early on the old ordinary. For the past three years he has enjoyed a national reputat...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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